For most crypto ecosystems, being compliant with federal sanctions have a negative impact on its global reach. However, when it comes to Ethereum, investors have significant power to decide the degree of compliance the ecosystem obeys.Nearly 60% of all post-Merge Ethereum blocks comply with the United States sanctions put forth BitcoinCensorshipContributescryptoexchangedataETHEthereumExchangesStakingTop Read More
“While travel and retail were again the largest contributors to growth, Google did see a pullback in spend in the financial services vertical from insurance, loan, mortgage, and crypto advertisers,” Canaccord Genuity analyst Maria Ripps said in a note to clients. “Network and YouTube also faced difficult comps and FX ContributesCryptoGooglesQuarterSlowdownSoftSpending Read More
The crypto industry has grown tremendously over the past couple of years, and one of its biggest drivers is the GameFi industry. GameFi — a portmanteau of gaming and finance — enables gamers to earn rewards while playing.The market has been growing steadily and presently has a token market cap of BitcoinContributesCryptocryptoexchangeExchangesGameFigrowthNFTs Read More
On Jan. 30, the South China Morning Post reported that one of the largest Asian pharmaceutical companies, Zuellig, had launched a blockchain-based system to track the quality of COVID-19 vaccines. Called “eZTracker,” it allows any user to “instantly verify the provenance and authenticity” of vaccines by scanning the QR code BlockchainContributesCOVID19Fight Read More
A Bitcoin Core dev and her exchange partner discuss Bitcoin and privacy and how to incentivize more developers to contribute to the protocol.
OKCoin and BitMEX recently came together to provide a $150,000 grant to Bitcoin Core developer Amiti Uttarwar.
In this conversation, Amiti and OKCoin CEO Hong Fang discuss:
Amiti UttarwarTwitter: @amizi
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Amid a major economic downturn, countries in Latin America (LATAM) are increasingly suffering from money laundering through cryptocurrencies, a new report says.Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC) have become a major tool of organized crime groups and hackers in LATAM countries, according to a Feb. 27 report issued by threat intelligence AmericaContributesCryptoLatinLaunderingMoneyProblemsReport Read More